Enlightened Leadership

In 2012 I completed the FBI National Academy (FBINA) Session #249. The FBINA is a rite of passage for police leaders worldwide. My opponent has never attended.

I selected “Enlightened Leadership” as one of the graduate-level courses I attended at the FBINA. It helped me refine and develop my previous 5 years of executive level leadership experience into the style I’ve practiced in the decade since then. My opponent has less than 4 years of limited experience at the rank of lieutenant or above.

As you watch this news report, consider the following:

  • Hiring a “recruiter” is a one-dimensional management move.
  • Developing an inclusive organizational culture worthy of being recruited into is LEADERSHIP.
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